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Suffering will exhibit its presence by
the cries bl the t oby, and should be re
moved by the prompt usc.ot. that . highly
recommended remedy, Dr. Hull's Baby
Syrup.- It is free from Opium. Price 23
cents. : ' f '. ' '. ' , '
The exports of meat nnd live utock to
THE STEIN All
FOR OITE DOLLAR!
Captol Star Milk
Aad New tllmtnted Catalogs, Mk ImtmefiwH haw to bam Ants.
great Britain are increasing very rapidly,
being this year nearly double what l hey
were In 1870.
Mothers, do not let your darliugs suffer
with the Whooping (Joiigh, it' you have a
remedy so near nt hand. Use Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, and the little sufferers will
soon find rebel. Price, 2o cents.
Few are aware ol the Importance ofvhcck
ing a rough or common cold in its first
stage. That which in the beginning would
yield to a mild remedy, it iiegleeted , soon
preys upon the Lungs. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup affords instint reliul. Pike,2o els.
As soon as a S;ir. Francisco Chinaman
gets six hundred dollars in his pockets he
incontinently starts lor home to live like
an American millionaire, lie invests fitty
dollars of his fortune in a one-storv house
with bav windows, and all the modern Im
provements, convenient to beer saloons
and opium shops, and within five minutes
walk of lour railroad depots, dine on the
iattestrats the market affords, and receives
seventeen letters per uav asking lor a
contribution of two or three cents to buy
this or that poor old woman a cook stove,
or an eicht-day clock, or come other
household necessity. Norristown Herald.
Origin of thk Texas Hiot. The
scene 01 me (iitui oanoes in lexas is a
salt deposit in VA Paso County. The dis
turbance is a riot. The salinas have been
used ever since the sett lenient ol the conn
try by tho people ot the region and by
Mexicans fromChihuahua as their resource
tor salt. The land lay open to all comers,
until in IS.jO it was "located' by a com
pany which tried to exact a toll fiom the
people for the salt they gathered. Tail
was resisted so universally that the com
pany ceased their efforts and abandoned
the land, and the Iree collection of salt
went on until a few months ago, when
the successors ot the former owners again
... . . . n
claimed possession, anci employed one
Howard as their attorney to collect tolls
Jrom the salt gatherers. Since then there
has been an Increasing excitement among
the people ol the neighborhood, and two
or three months ago there was a riot,
which was put doivr.
The leader ol tho opposition to salt dues
was a man named Cordova, an Italian,
who was a local politician, and apolitical
opponent ol Howard, and being a popular
man had defeated Howard in a contest lor
a local office. Not I0112 ago Howard met
Cordova in a store and there klled him
which caused more trouble and intensified
the bitterness. The present disturbance
has srrowu out of these causes.
The population ol EI Paso County is
largely ol Mexico origin, and there is no
proot here that the Mexicans engaged in
noting nr9 other than residents ol the
county and citizens of the United State.
One el the sources of possible excitement
and trouble in these bolder matters arises
from, this lact, that when Mexicans are
accused of wrong or lawless conduct,
they are olten inhabitants and citizens ol
Texas, whereas the public wrongfully
understands them to the people from
across the border. Those who are indus
trious fomentinsr a war feelin? here avail
themselves constantly- ot this contusion of
terms. New York Herald
FuR HOLIDAY TRADE
Wo shall offer greater ImhwniiMita
to purchasers tlmn ever before. In
all elasscs 01 good, connninz our
selves strictly to goods bulonyinu:
to our regular liuslness.
Dallmeyer & Co.
WANTED. Every Cash Rover In
Cole and adjoining counties to rx
amine our stock and prices.
Notice in Dress Goods.
New line of Knickerbocker ami
Striped Suitings at 12.i:ts, l.Vts ami
liiijets, and cheap ot l.Vts. 18 nrnl'
'.''lets. All shades In Manchester
Fancy Dress Woods at 20cts, sold
everywhere at 25cts. Full nssort
nicnt, of Jamestown Alpacas at S5
and 50ets, (being sols agents, these
goods can only be found In our
houi-e.) Black Alpacas from 25cts
up, all splendid color and linisb.
Knglish Cashmere, inch wide, at
4"ets; see them. Black French
Cashmeres, all wool 40 innhes wide.
7"ets. Socts, $1 CO, $1 25 per yard;
the cheapest we ever had. Seal
Brown and Navy Blue, all wool,
French Cashmeres. 40 inches wide,
at Muts, and well worth $1.00.
Drap. D'e'te.' black. 48 Inches wide TT
at (2.00, and cheap nt 32. CO. Blurk LJL
Gross-Grain and plain silk at UOels.
1 "5 per yard; the cheapest tilks
in the City.
Galoon embroideries and bull trio
lies, all shades, at reduced price.
New Buttons, all shudes and styles
G 4 Blick B 'avers at $1 7i, 2 00
and 3 00 ppr vard. and cheap at
il 2."). S3 50 and S3 W per yard.
Cassitneies and Tweed goods line
at low prices. Jeans at 12J.:ls. ibj
cts. 20i:ts, 23jIf, 30,'ts, 41,;ls, OOols
Flannels plain, all colois.
Flannels twilled, all colors.
Flannels plaid and striped all O
Linseys from 12i;ts up.
Sole Agents for Geisendorff 's
homemade flannels all colors, at
COets per yard, warranted not to
bhrii.k or fade.
74ets,8jets, 10-ts.llcts 12jcls. 1.'),
lt?ots, IS and 20cts. Bleached and
Brown; see them before buying.
Thb best selected stock fn the city
(every popular Brand of bleached
and Brown Muslins) wholesale or
retail at the lowest market price.
Our Imperial fnntcet rntitnlna one pnlr of Lsdr Urnrolftn, one Romnn Neck Chnln and Locket. one wt
nrntiuKone imlrnf SUnte lliiuons, ene Idulv's Kcw Kar-riiiirsaiid I'ln), one Seal King, one engraved "Jrieutl
sliip" Kine. one I'luin Ktui, one embossed (Mlnr lluiton: all or which are the Itnful atolil-plate, witrrau.
leil to sliuul the test of solid nlil, nnU exactly as represented by the enuravinim in this announcemeiit.
On receipt ol One Dollar we will send tins itrntid nrrny of eleirint Jewelry, securely pnckeil In a bcaur
(Hill imiriii-eo enKKct, postpaid, to any S'ldrrw. Our Illustrated caUiloiruo accompanies every casket free.
" llavlnv one of the linnerlnl Caskets In our possession, we must say, that, while the urticlcn nre not
solid gold, thev arc bi autilnl imitation mid very pretty, each particular piece uciim equally as good as are
Bold III Hie cit'v Jewelrv Stores " K lUT'iCS' IIkmk mi Kakm.
" An honorable house, entitled to the ennfldenep of their natron 'EntTon f'HHisTfx ont.n.
"We erdore l he hit'h order ol resM-rtabllirv attached to thesieinati Jewelry t'o." Kt. Hoston tll.onic.
" To nnre our patrons cf our tcspoiisiliiilty, we refer to any reliable beaiiu ss house In I'iiiciiinatl, and
by pi-nniw-li n to ilie rcmmt-rulul niwu'V or Tappan, McKlllop nnd Co." Mail all orders lo
8TEIN.U' JEWELRY C03UUST, No. 5 Amide. CINCINNATI, 0.
I'erninnently enrod no liiiinbiijr Ov one
tnonth's tisimu of lf. lioulurtl's Celclirn'e Iti
fiillilib! Kit J'juvlcrs. To convince sufferers
that tli'S" powders will tlo all we claim for
tlietn. we wtll send them by tnnit post paid, n
free tiiul liox. As Hr. Gouliiid is tho only pliy
slcian Unit 1ms ever niinle this iliseuse a special
sttidv. ntid i s to our l;nowledsie thousands
have liccn pcrnianently cured Oy tho nsn of
these Powders, we will guarantee, a permanent
cure In every euse. or relttml yon all money
expended. All stifrevevs should Rive these
powders an early trial, and bo convinced of
their curative powers.
l'rio-.for laie box.SS.Ou.or 4 boxes for $10.00.
sent brinatl to any part of tho U. 8. orCanadu
on receipt of urioe.or Oyoxpiess.C.O I). Address
ASH fe KOB15INS.
.'i:i ) Fulton St. li:onkiv:i N. Y.
The above e.a!:diiu: letters and
intended :o !iiiii :u the i;-.iV . lini;
dnripu t!i.'- p. .v-cnt ye.ir t!ii
Paaiflc Through Line
Will coii'Miii'' trntvpnrt the people. nf the
West lo ad -H, :ii s in die e isi. via l.otiis. in
the l;cst tiia iucr. t,t! ,u raVs u! passage wlileli
will defy c.i . ! 1 1 i
Under its u: inaiihScm.'iiK ilie Linu will
eb run upon .'.s .,.'. ninit-, and i( t coiill lent
Ivlielii.ved lliat Aith le superior facilities
which will lio ull'or :d itr pMtrons. tho Alissouri
I'aititi-J will im'ivii.ui iu ponuihi'ity as ibe Nat-u:-al
High ' i' 'v'.-.vrn all v sii i: hi.-.! eu"t',ri:
A WOMAN CONVICTED OF MURDER.
ClSClKSATt, )m. IS. The jury in the
Creighton murdor case, alter deliberating I
t'.ventv-six hours, returned a verdict ol
manslaughter at 12 o'clock to-day, which is
considered a compromise verdict. 1 he par
ticulars ol the murder are substantially I
these : On the second of last January,
Ilenrv Creisrhton was found dead in hl3
house by neighbors aroused by his wife.
who confessed to havmz killed him in
selt-delense, there beinsr no witness but
Eddie Garland, her 12 year old son by a
former husband. His wile is believed, ao-
cordins to the testimony, to have married
his property rather than the man. With
this man she lived in continuous warfare.
On the mornmz ot his death she says he
had chased her about the house shooting
at her. and finally with a broadaxe drove
her to defend herself. Then she killed
him bv throwing an iron mortar and a
nail puller. A motion for a new trial by
her counsel is now being entertained by
Websteh's Estimate of Jefferson.
Daniel Webster once went to Monticello
to visit Jefferson, and afterwards, in de
scribing the great Virginian to his friend
Ilarvy, he said that Jefferson was a tall,
gaunt, light-haired, light-complexioned
man, and not a person of impressive as
pect. Mr. Webster said that very much
ot the early prejudice which he had im
bibed with his political opinions in youth,
when he considered Jefferson a gmat
heretic, was dispelled when he came into
personal contact with the aged statesman,
and eaw him in bis home. Jefferson's
groat simplicity impressed him. Mr.
Webster believed him to be a sincere man
very true to his convictions, and was con
vinced that much of the abuse heaped
upon him by the opposite party, which
had accused him ot being a demagogue
and an anarchist, was unjust. Mr. Web
ster said once, in speakinz ot Jefferson,
that he had more deeply impressed his
opinions and theories, as well as bis prac
tical ideas of government, upon the legis
lation and destinies ot the country, than
any man that had lived.
In a nursery, where all is life and laugh
instead ot crvinar and fretting, there is
sure to be found Dr. Bull's Haby tryrup.
Price 25 cents a bottle,
2.'i0 pieces of Sew Prints at 5 its.
83ts per yard ; every pieee select
ed with care.)
,cw 4-4 Percales , lOcts per yard,
sold elsewhere at 12iet. "New
Dress StylesGinshain at 12ut8,;tind
White all sizes fron 82 23 per yrd.
Colored Blankets in Brown and
Or ay from $1 25 to $3 75 a pair.
Bed comfortable, our own ruake;
2 50 for best.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Dress Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery,
Gloves, Scarfs, Suspenders, Haud
kerchiefs, etc. Large assortment
and lowest prices. (Cardigan
Jackets '.from $1 00 up.) Gents
White Dress Shirts made to order.
We guarantee a perfect fit and use
I the best materials. Prices $24 00,
2S 00 and $30 00 per dozen.
for Holiday Trese nts In endleR
variety Ladies' Silk and Linen
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Ribbons,
Hosiery, Nubias, Scarfs, Hoods,
Jackett, Furs, Sea Foams, Corsets,
etc., all Dew goods,prices the very
Wool yarns aud Zephyrs ail shades
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half, iMtptnmttK with the niaKiiIticent .midsum
mer number lor Avif."isr last. and cantnininjr all
tho chapters of "His Ikhkkitance." MissTnti
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KnwAlin EooLKs ro.-i's New Xovkl, ii- wtr.ry oi'
Western lite during t he political cauip;U:i i
1S-10: ami all or a large part ot lloyeseij's novel,
"A Knlirlit of Fortune." the b ow of a commun
ity of emigrants in the Sorthwcst; besides
shorter stories by Mrs. Bume't, 8axe Holm,
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splendidly illustrated series of '-Oiit-ok Door"
Papers including n.uuiv of the best, of tins series
on 'Antei icon Sports, ,T and on ' tho picturesque,
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Same terms to Agents on uoth Daily and
Weekly us last year.
tvS Dearborn, st. Chicago
I m; v vortt TICKETS SOW I
S TIIW lAV .- lTliOACIIl.MJ FOIl THE
5 Sec nI ;r:nl Drawing of tbe
;i COM M ( ) N V E A L 'J' H
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j (Under act of Legislature of Kontuekv.)
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Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
Flour, Shipstuff, Shorts, Bran, etc.
Highest market price paid for wheat. .
nuLLirs cjustom t.itixs.
'Corner JIain snd Mulberry) . ' J" '
6. K. DULLE & CO., Proprietors,
Wholesale ami tetaM dealers in
CHOICK BRANDS OF FLOUU.
KTE AND BUCKWHEAT FLOUU.
COUX MEAL, &.J. ,
This Custom Mill is mow in operation and will
do nil Kind or custom work anv dnv in the
JOHN T. GRAVEN,
301 CAST II Kill STREET, ...
Is again In the tit Id, nnd he will always be glad
to see hi friends and customers. - '
AT WHOLESALE PR'CES,
Go and See Him.
You will tind a full stock of the .
BFaT COFFEES, ' .
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AX OPEN LETTER.
' the Editoh :
Allow me ta rough the colttnins Of vour valu
able i)nper to Ciill tho attention oftho traveling
public to the following fuels, viz:
Dunn the ycur lh,s, it Is tlm intention ot tne
mauiigemeut of the Mtssocitt Pa:ihc Tlittot;tiil
1..INE to reiity almost us entire tracic witn ina
heaviest steel rails, and with its excellently
ballasted road bed, place it in such sun no that
it will compare fuvoiably with certain Eastern
runic l.tnes over wnien trsins nr inn at a rte
f sneed averairinir from foi tv to liltv miles
in auuitionio this, inn roiling hiock Him
enulnmentof the line is being constantly iin
proved, and even now tho pussenger tisinv of
tho Missoitki Pacific Thkoituh Line to St.
Louis and the East are noietl for their solidity,
and elegance, and with Its maaniticent Pull-
iiiiin Puluco Sleeping and Drawing-room Curt
hallengc.s compHi'isou with any roaa mine
country. For the iurther beneflt ol its patrons
all tickets v ill bo sold at the cheapest rates,
and every effort made by it employes to ren
tier a journey o-er tho line pleasant end ut
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GEO. II. HEAFKOKD,
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iivticulars tree. 1 antlers and mechanics, thoir
sons nnd daughters, and all classes in need ot
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